Swedish fund platform launches occupational pension service

Savr, one of the Swedish platforms disrupting the fund industry by offering lower fund fees and no kickbacks, is launching an offering for the pension market.

Daniel Aarenstrup, CEO, Savr | Photo: PR / Savr

Swedish fund platform Savr is now launching an occupational pension offering.

The offering means customers will be able to transfer dormant occupational pension pots that aren't covered by a collective agreement to their platform, Swedish financial newswire Finwire reports, in an article published on daily Realtid. A dormant pension pot means the employee no longer receives payments into that account due to changing employers.

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